TERMINOLOGY CLARIFICATIONS


River Habitat Survey:

River Habitat Survey is a system for assessing the habitat quality of rivers and streams based on their physical structure. The system is widely used in the United Kingdom by both the Environment Agency and the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency.

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If you want to know more about the RHS, please contact the EA at rhs@environment-agency.gov.uk. If you have further questions or concerns about this web page email me, and I will try to provide a clarification.
Or, if you would like general information about this survey and its purpose, click here.

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Last updated by Joe Wheaton ©2004 on: 16 February, 2005 15:24